Who doesn’t love a good cheeseburger? Well, my kids. Yup. They do not like burgers. They will eat ground beef but do not do burger pattys. I’m assuming it’s a texture issue as they are not picky eaters.
I was inspired by the Trim Healthy Mama recipe for Cheeseburger Casserole on this one. (The book is loaded with fun recipes!)
So, we do cheeseburger in a bowl. This is yummy, easy and you can make it however you like!
First things first, fry up your ground beef. I season mine with Real Salt Organic Onion Salt and garlic powder. Throw in a hand full of finely chopped onions, a few diced tomatoes and if you’re not serving a young crowd that whine about hot things, some pickled jalapenos.
Now is the fun part! The toppings. I usually have chopped up pickles, onions, tomatoes, bacon and shredded cheddar cheese. For condiments, we’re all different. I love homemade ranch dressing. The kids love ketchup and mayo. My husband loves mustard and hot sauce.
So, after you drain the meat of fat, put in bowls and allow everyone to top their own. It’s fun and you can be creative.
If you are a Trim Healthy Mama, this is an S dinner.
If you have kids that don’t need to be on plan, serve over rice. I usually have mine over lettuce as I add veggies where ever I can!
This is also fun for kids and is PERFECT when you have a family over that is gluten free.
- 2 pounds of ground beef
- A generous sprinkle of onion powder
- Garlic powder to taste
- ½ cup finely chopped onions
- 1 diced tomato
- ¼ cup pickled jalapenos (Optional)
- Toppings and condiments of your choice!
- Season the meat and fry with onions, tomato and peppers.
- Drain the fat from meat
- Serve in a bowl
- Top with your favorite cheeseburger toppings
This recipe is linked at Gwen’s Nest and Stacy Makes Cents for Trim Healthy Tuesdays, Simply Sugar and Gluten Free for Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays, Intoxicated on Life for Wellness Wednesdays and Real Food Wednesdays at Kelly the Kitchen Kop.*For the record, my thoughts and advice are only my experiences or what others have allowed me to share. We don’t claim to diagnose, treat or cure.*